9 edition of The German Army League found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-172) and index.
|Statement||Marilyn Shevin Coetzee.|
|LC Classifications||DD228.5 .C63 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 176 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||89037128|
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This book traces the development of the German Army League from its inception through the earliest days of the Weimar Republic. Founded in Januarythe League promoted the intensification of German militarism and the cultivation of German by: The Navy League or Fleet Association (German: Deutscher Flottenverein) in Imperial Germany was an interest group formed on Ap on initiative of Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz through the German Imperial Naval Office (Reichsmarineamt) which he headed (–) to support the expansion of the Imperial German Navy (Kaiserliche Marine).Specifically it was intended to develop popular.
This book traces the development of the German Army League from its inception through the earliest days of the Weimar Republic. Founded in Januarythe League promoted the intensification of German militarism and the cultivation of German nationalism.
As the last and second largest of the patriotic societies to emerge afterthe League led the campaign for army expansion in and. He joined the Pan-German League in and became the president, but later joined the German Army League in in order to become its leader and help aid Germany with its unification while strengthening The German Army League book army so that it would be ready for any inevitable war.
This non-partisan group was intended to increase the army's soldier number by. This book traces the development of the German Army League from its inception through the earliest days of the Weimar Republic.
Founded in Januarythe League promoted the intensification of German militarism and the cultivation of German nationalism. As Author: Marilyn Shevin Coetzee. The German Army League: Popular Nationalism in Wilhelmine Germany by Coetzee, Marilyn Shevin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is designed as a study of specialized military history for the historian, war gamer, or modeler.
It deals with all aspects of the German Army's activities and gives an overall picture of the army and further lines of study for those who wish to delve more deeply into particular aspects of those activities/5(9).
Book Author(s) Marilyn Shevin Coetzee Date c Publisher Oxford University Press Pub place New York eBook. Access the eBook. Open eBook in new window. The German Army League: popular nationalism in Library availability.
View in catalogue Find other formats/editions. Have you read this. The German Army League was the last in a chain of patriotic societies created to combat socialism and pacifism in pre-World War I Germany.
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Below: Young replacements huddle in a foxhole on the Russian Front in early now out of the Hitler Youth and in the German Army--and soon to face the ferocious Red Army. The war returned a sense of urgency to the daily activities of the Hitler Youth. The organization had experienced a bit of a slump after when participation had become.
The debate about German militarisation has gained speed in recent years. The German army is now going through its biggest defense spending increase since WWII. But what are the geopolitical shifts. German Defence League GDL. K likes. The German Defence League (GDL) is a protest movement which opposes the spread of Islamism, Sharia law and Islamic extremism in Germany and Europe/5(5).
The German Army League was the last in a chain of patriotic societies created to combat socialism and pacifism in pre-World War I Germany. Founded init was important in strengthening the resolve of those in Germany who wanted war, mostly as a panacea for the country's : Marilyn Shevin Coetzee.
The book details the organisation and administration of the German Army; and the histories and compositions of Divisional and higher HQ. The book is an invaluable and detailed companion of infinite interest to all serious students of the Second World : This book includes not only detailed descriptions of all the garments worn in the German army during the war, but also of the special uniforms and insignia of each branch of service.
This fascinating collection of photographs of original pieces is supplemented by contemporary wartime photographs showing clearly how they were actually worn. What this book does is examine in detail the myth of Blitzkrieg and the inner workings of the command structures and way of waging war.
Cooper lays out very clearly how the old myths were started, and describes very clinically how the German Army was a victim of its own traditions - both in its way of making war (modern "Blitzkrieg" actually can be dated back to at leastas Cooper points /5. German Infantryman at War (At War) by George Forty (Editor) Book Description: This book looks at the lot of the average Landser, the German "Grunt", who fought through Blitzkrieg, in the Western Desert, and in the horrific frozen wastes of Russia against the most implacable of foes.
Most of the photographs in this book come from private collections and have not been published before.These words were feared by all German women in It was an indication that something unpleasant was coming their way.
These words were uttered by wild looking tough battle-hardened Red Army soldiers who had learnt that smattering of German. The mass gang rape of German Fraus and Fraulein when the country lost the war remains one of the most.
The German military has a Nazi problem. near Strasbourg in northeastern France and found memorabilia of the German army in Hitler's era openly .